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PBS
Sep 24, 2010 9:00pm PDT
outdated. and i mean, if we talk about nato, there's a huge problem there, uh, with the security counsel. i don't know. is it an anachronism? maybe, but then the whole united nations has to be restructured in many different ways. >> let's talk about the middle east for a moment. during the cold war, uh, russia took the other side. whatever the u.s. did, basically russia took the other side in the middle east. is that still on russia's, on putin's, agenda? does he still want to be seen as the opposite of the u.s. in the middle east? >> i think uh, in keeping with the theme we were talking about earlier of russia most certainly wanting to be recognized as a respected player on the world stage, russia would like to be seen as part of the equation in the middle st, whatever that is. but i don't think there is that reflexive, whatever side you're on, we're on the opposite side, business anymore. i think that's a thing of the past, really. >> nina, you wanna come in that? >> i absolutely agree with that. i think that russia, in many ways, does look for its own interests, rather than the interests
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. >>> a deadly crash. a nato helicopter dids down in afghanistan. 10 are dead. now the taliban is claiming responsibility. hello. here's what people are talking about in afghanistan. that deadliest helicopter crash in four years. ten nato troops are dead. we have the latest for wjz. >> reporter: ten troops were killed when a nato helicopter killed in this southern region of afghanistan. cbs news reports it was an american black hawk and that nine of the dead are americans, one an afghan soldier. it's the worst helicopter crash for coalition forces in four years. officials don't know yet what brought down the chopper. the taliban claims insurgents shot this down but nato says there were no reports of enemy fire in the area. sources tell cbs news the helicopter was flying a secret special operations mission in a taliban dominated region. these covert operations often take place under the cover of night, targeting insurgent leaders and find drugs and weapons. choppers are crucial for getting around this rugged country. already this year
PBS
Sep 22, 2010 11:00pm PDT
with the expansion of the european union and nato. and when the new members were admitted, we were told by all europeans and the americans don't you worry, they have their forebearers but when we admit them to nato and the european union that they would feel safe and stop causing trouble. the so it happened. when some of those countries became members of nato and the european union they indeed probably felt safe but they also felt free to say all sort of nasty things about russia and to ignite some confrontational attitudes. i had meetings with both european union and the meeting of the nato russia council. the inertia suz s still felt but in much less way. >> rose: you feel less threatened by it? >> me? >> rose: no, russia. >> the forebearer of those newcomers in nato who immediately after jumping into the organizations started pulling the membership against russia. some inertia is still felt but not much. and much less than several years. >> rose: so nato and all of that is less of a problem as it might have been earlier? >> nato expansion is absolutely antiquated thinking. nato expansion do
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. >> in afghanistan to night, nato is investigating a helicopter crash that killed nine nato troops. the taliban claims it shot down and nato on the copter, but denita says there are no reports of enemy fire. one civilian was injured in the crash. he was the deadliest of chopper crash in four years -- it was the deadliest chopper crash in four years. we have more money nationwide plan to keep people safe while on the road. >> russell and kemberly have been on a mission since their daughter, heather, died while driving to meet their wedding -- their wedding planner. >> we could not believe that our dollar could be taken by -- our daughter could be taken from us by summerlin texting la driving. >> the secretary of transportation calls a distracted driving an epidemic. >> there is no call or e-mail so important that it cannot wait. >> two new laws went into effect recently to combat distracted driving commercial drivers are banned from using mobile devices while on the job and train operators as well. >> we need good laws. but most of all, we need research -- personal responsibility. >> the governo
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
of the gunman. >>> 10 nato troops are dead after a helicopter crash in afghanistan. most of the dead are believed to be americans. rita nisa report that is this is being called one of the worst crashes since 2001. >> reporter: 10 troops were killed when a nato helicopter crashed in this remote southern region of afghanistan. cbs news reports it was a blackhawk and that nine of the dead are americans, one an afghan soldier. this is the worst crash in four years. the officials don't yet know what brought down the chopper. the taliban claims insurgents shot it down, but nato reports there were no reports of enemy fire in the area. sources tell cbs news the helicopter was flying a secret mission in a taliban-dominated region. the covert operations often take place under the cover of night. choppers are crucial to getting around the rugged country with few roads. already this year, 525 u.s. and nato service members have been killed in afghanistan making it the deadliest year for international forces since the war began nine years ago. rita nissan for cbs news. >>> an american civilian and
MSNBC
Sep 30, 2010 11:00am EDT
. >>> a standoff between pakistan and nato forces this morning is affecting american troops in afghanistan. pakistan has closed a vital supply route for nato forces after coalition helicopters allegedly attacked a pakistani security post killing three troops. nato vehicles carrying food, water, fuel are now bakd up waiting to cross from pakistan into afghanistan. nbc's jim miklaszewski is at the pentagon for us. jim, it's like 100 vehicles that are backed up. what is the latest and give us an idea on why this is so significant. >> nato happens to be changing its story as we speak. they first denied that nato helicopters had crossed into pakistan and now in a news conference that may be under way now as we speak, they're in kabul. it appears that those nato helicopters did cross the border into pakistan. it's not the first time and it's not the first time that pakistani soldiers have been killed, but it is the first time that pakistan has take on the drastic step of shutting down the borders to those vital nato convoys carrying food and water and other supplies into afghanistan. food and fu
CSPAN
Sep 21, 2010 6:00am EDT
. nato, we need to look long and hard at nato. it has cold war capability but with a law enforcement mentality. that will not be a formula for success in the war on terror. they are about to meet in lisbon. they are trying to define how to win in afghanistan. i would argue that nato needs to define their role in the war on terror. to are we fighting and how you play in that war? what are you willing to do? because it is more than just about afghanistan. change your capabilities. to be relevant in the war on terror. i am not worried about russian tanks coming through the gap. i am worried about international terrorism. so should naida have morto havee unmanned vehicles? startd the nato and aneu talking to each other? the eu provides the nation building capacity and nato provides the armed services capacity, and 21 nations are members of the votes and there really is no discussion between the two organizations. -- and 21 nations are members of both and they're really is no discussion between the two organizations. and national caveats that have crippled the mission need be replaced by
PBS
Sep 30, 2010 3:00pm PDT
for u.s. and nato forces in afghanistan today. it followed a disputed nato raid along the border, and escalated tensions between pakistan and the u.s. dozens of trucks that carry supplies to u.s. and nato troops were turned back today on the pakistani side of the border. officials said they were stopped at the edge of the khyber tribal region on a major access route into afghanistan. some of the convoys returned to peshawar, to unload massive containers filled with military goods. hours earlier, pakistani officials said nato helicopters struck inside their territory, killing three government soldiers. the interior minister said his government was no longer content with mere verbal protests. >> ( translated ): it should not be only a formal condemnation. it should be more than a formal condemnation, because we will not tolerate these kinds of attacks in which our regular soldiers and frontier corps soldiers or border security people come under attack. we will have to see whether we are allies or enemies. >> sreenivasan: meanwhile, prime minister yusuf gilani met with visiting c.i.
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 4:30am PDT
>>> afghanistan crash. nine more nato deaths make this the deadliest year in the nine-year war. >>> recession over. the economic downturn may have ended but for millions of americans, the tough times are still here. >>> and sudden collapse. more than 100 racing fans are injured after the bottom falls out of the bleachers. this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, september 21, 2010. >>> and good morning, everyone. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. in afghanistan this morning, a deadly helicopter crash has claimed the lives of nato service members in the southern part of the country. nine coalition troops were killed. it's the deadliest year for nato in the nine-year war. mandy clark is in kabul with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. according to nato sources, early reports indicate that the dead were americans and on a special forces mission. now, the crash happened at 4:00 a.m. in southern afghanistan. many of these covert operations happen at night and the goal is to disrupt taliban operations, either hunting commanders or searching for caches of dr
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am EDT
crash in afghanistan. nato says two others were injured in the crash, including a u.s. citizen. officials have not released the cause of the crash but there were no reports of enemy fire in that area. the deaths bring the number of international troops killed this month in the country to 32. >>> time is 5:07. 57 degrees outside. chilly out there. a local library worries about book not book worms but bedbugs. >>> and the forecast on this tuesday morning manipulate a illy one. >>> weather and traffic on this tuesday morning. good morning. i'm meteorologist tom kierein. sky camera looking off to the west. upper level wind at 300 feet. and the nearly full moon is now setting in the western sky. pumpkin colored moon at this hour. right now it's in the upper 50s in washinon. near 60 by the way. elsewhere, near 50 in prince george's. 40s in montgomery and fairfax couny. many areas in the 40s this morning. we sould warm to near 80 with lots of sun. tomorrow morning, near 60 under a clear sky. hotter in the upper 80s to near 90. we could get a shower on thursday. a look into the weekend
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 6:00am EDT
. a developing story in afghanistan. nine service members were killed in a helicopter crash. nato says two others were killed in the crash including a u.s. tizen. an official says the chopper went down in northwestern afghanistan. the cause of the crash is being investigated but nato says there were no reports of enemy fire in the area. e deaths bring the number of international troops killed in the country this month to 32. >>> this morning the search is on for what happened to a man ound dead just blocks from the u.s. capitol. csx workers found a man's body near the track near second street and east street southwest late las night. police say the body may have been on the tracks for a few days. the body is described as that of a blk man in his 40s or 50s. at this point police don't know how he died. >>> this morning another break in the spring of robberies that has the univsity of maryland community on alert. police have now arrested a second man wanted in connection with one of those attacks in college park. news 4's megan mcgrath joins us live with more on this. good morning, megan. >> report
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
twice before picking at their+ own in a car. >>> 9 nato troops have died in a helicopter crash. nato says there are no reports of any enemy fire. it is not clear if any were americans. one u.s. civilian was killed in the crash. it is the deadliest chopper crash in four years. >>> the senate is set to take up a bill that would repeal the 17- year-old ban on gays openly serving in the military. please blady gaga held a rally o promote the spirit anis. >> john mccain opposes the policy. he and others say that congress should wait until the pentagon finishes the study of the impact of repealing that wall. democrats have attached this repeal to a military spending !ill. it authorizes $159 billion for the wars in iraq and afghanistan. in another controversial move, harry reid wants to attack the dream act to the defense bill. that provision would let thousands of young illegal emigrants become legal u.s. or join the military. a master sergeant killed 40 years ago will wind up the natijÓjáh$ighest military honor today. president obama will a war the medal of honor to richard expert skberg
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2010 8:00pm EDT
enforcement policy. it is a lousy military policy. nato, we need to look long and hard at nato. it has cold war capability but with a law enforcement mentality. that will not be a formula for success in the war on terror. they are about to meet in lisbon. they are trying to define how to win in afghanistan. i would argue that nato needs to define their role in the war on terror. to are we fighting and how you play in that war? what are you willing to do? because it is more than just about afghanistan. change your capabilities. to be relevant in the war on terror. i am not worried about russian tanks coming through the gap. i am worried about international terrorism. so should naida have morto havee unmanned vehicles? startd the nato and aneu talking to each other? the eu provides the nation building capacity and nato provides the armed services capacity, and 21 nations are members of the votes and there really is no discussion between the two organizations. -- and 21 nations are members of both and they're really is no discussion between the two organizations. and national caveats that have
NBC
Sep 30, 2010 6:30pm EDT
a helicopter strike killed three pakistani troops along the border. pakistanis say it was a nato chopper that unleashed that strike. our own john yang is on duty tonight in kabul. john, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. tonight, general david petraeus, the top u.s. commander here, has reached out to officials in pakistan to offer his condolences for the deaths. but nato officials aren't yet ready to accept responsibility. pakistan wasted no time responding to the death of these three soldiers, killed at a border post in pakistan's tribal region by apache attack helicopters. the choppers were supporting ground forces in afghanistan, who thought they spotted insurgents firing mortars. nato officials say the apaches took small arms fire from inside pakistan. >> operating in self-defense, the aircraft entered into pakistani air space, killing several armed individuals. >> reporter: within hours, pakistan blocked u.s. and coalition supply trucks heading into afghanistan. late today, more than 150 trucks were backed up in the khyber pass. the border crossing is on a vital supply
FOX News
Sep 6, 2010 7:00pm EDT
nato to send more forces to the war zone. but those troops won't necessarily thereby to fight. conor powell with the news from kabul. >> harris, according to u.s. military commanders here in kabul, the war in afghanistan is at a crucial turning point. and u.s. commanders are hoping nato allies will step out with more troops for the fight maybe as many as 2,000 more. while americans officials would love nato to send more combat troops, they know that's not likely. the afghan war is even more unpopular in europe than it is in the u.s. still, american officials are asking nato allies to send more bodies, most likely in the form of noncombat troops who could help train the afghan army, the police, the special commando units. this would in turn free up u.s. troops to fight insurgents and also help speed up the development of the afghan security forces. so afghans can ultimately take over responsibility. now, nato has yet to fulfill its earlier troop pledges. but u.s. commanders are hoping nato will step up this time. however, even the most optimistic american official here in kabul realiz
CNN
Sep 11, 2010 6:00pm EDT
commander. >> joining us from kabul, william caldwell, the united states army, the commander of the nato training missionin ksghistan. general caldwell, thanks for joininus. right a story brewing now. and i wonde if you could clarifre that general petraeus is asking the pentagon for 2000 more troops to help in training and combat in afghanistan beyond the approximately 100,000 who are there or on their way. is that report true? >> wolf, as we're continuing to professionalize and grow the afghan national security force both the police and army, there is going to be requirement for more trainers as we take them from what was a fighting force to a specialized force as we do things like transfer medical units and logistics unitsl and all those assets. there will be an increasing at number of trainers that will be required in support of the nato training mission in the coming year. >> you've been back in afghanistan now foour abt a year. what is your understanding of what the july, 2011 date meanse withdraw from afghanistan? because there's some confusion what that july, 2011 date means. >>
MSNBC
Sep 30, 2010 9:00am EDT
three pakistani forces. they say the pakistani government officials say it was a nato helicopter, a coalition helicopter. nato forces say, yes, there was a helicopter attack in the area, but that the helicopter never crossed the border into pakistani airspace and that the targets were insurgents preparing to fire rockets on coalition bases on the afghan side of the border and that the insurgents were on the afghan side of the border. there's still -- nato officials say they're still trying to figure out exactly what happened. but it's clear that the pakistanis are very angry about this. this is the second helicopter attack, cross-border helicopter attack this week. this has long been an issue with the pakistanis, having u.s. forces and coalition forces carrying out military operations on their side of the border. but this is the sharpest response from the pakistanis, that if they're trying to get the attention of the united states and nato, they have succeeded. this point, this crossing point, which is near the khyber pass between afghanistan and pakistan is responsible for 80% o
NBC
Sep 30, 2010 5:00am EDT
are dead from a nato helicopter strike at a pakistani security post near the afghan border. nato is investigating the incident, saying there is no word yet whether the attack is linked to an operation against insurgents in a nearby province. e three troops were from a paramilitary force assigned to guard the border. that's a look at this morning's top stories. joe, back to new the studio. >> elaine reporting live. >>> new today, two men are fighting for their lives after they were shot in southeast washington. the shots rang out at around 10:30 last night. the 3500 block of 22nd street southeast. police say the victims were suffering from life-threatening injuries. so far no word what led to the shootings or on whether police have a suspect >>> investigators are still working to determine if yesterday morning's deadly fire inorthwest washington was set intentionally. one man was killed when he jumped to escape the fire in the 3100 block of 16th street in columbia heights. four others, including a 2-year-old girl were seriously hurt. firefighters believe the fire started on the f
PBS
Sep 1, 2010 6:00pm PDT
matters where they originate. >> in 1999, germany's nato allies called for assistance during the kosovo war. for the first time in postwar history, german politicians sent the military into conflict as air force jets took part in a bombing mission. controversy has also surround the mission to afghanistan. the defense minister at the time coined the phrase that has often been quoted since. >> the german army's arena of deployment as the whole world. >> afghanistan has been the biggest and most dangerous mission. germany's nato allies would like to see the country play an even bigger role. but under guttenberg's reforms, germany would have to limit the number of foreign deployments. >> we will have to look very closely at what we need in the future and the flexibility needed for deployments and at the security situation of today and tomorrow. we have to under 52,000 soldiers, but the only deploy 7000 -- we have 252,000 soldiers, but can only deploys 7000. >> the u.s. army is entirely professional. by contrast, germany still has compulsory service. all physically fit young men may be calle
PBS
Sep 2, 2010 6:00pm PDT
by the explosion of the bp-least deepwater horizon in april. the afghan president has condemned a nato airstrike that he says killed 10 campaign workers for a candidate in this month's parliamentary elections. the attack took place in the province and coincided with the arrival of u.s. defense secretary robert gates, who will be holding talks with karzai in kabul. nato forces in the carried out a strike which killed up to 12 insurgents. the alliance is investigating the incident. well, rioting has continued for a second day in mozambique's capital as president protect soaring bread prices. police report widespread looting and the army has been called in to help restore calm. at least seven people were killed and 300 wounded on wednesday when police opened fire on protesters. the raging prompted by a 30% increase in bread prices. mozambique is one of the world's poorest countries. germany's central bank has called on the german president to fire a board -- board member thilo sarrazin he made headlines for a inflammatory remarks made against muslims and jews. the comments coincided with the public
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 11:00am PDT
's helicopter crash in southern afghanistan. nato says nine international troops were killed. it happened where helicopters are often used to transport troops in mountainnous areas. the taliban claimed to have shot down the helicopter but nato says there were no reports of hostile fire. it was the deadliest chopper crash for the coalition in four years. >> in just a few minutes the senate will hold a critical vote for the proposed don't ask don't tell policy. if gays in the military wasn't enough of the hot topic, it just got more complicated today. even lady gaga is chiming in. >> for 60 years the senate has passed a defense operation bill that passes millions in military spending. this year harry reid attached a measure to the bill which would appeal the don't ask don't tell policy. republicans are now threatening to not only vote no on the bill but not even discuss the issue unless senator reid opens the debate to allow republican amendments. >> if harry reid says today, okay, whoever wants to offer an amendment will open up it. >> and proceed to the bill. and i made that very clear to the m
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm PDT
for international forces in afghanistan. that's since the war began nine years ago. a nato helicopter crashed overnight in a remote region of southern afghanistan. ten troopers were killed, most americans. commanders don't know what brought it down but the taliban claims insurgents shot it down. nato says there were no reports of enemy fire in the area. sources are telling cbs news the helicopter was flying a secret mission in a taliban- dominated region. >>> after 26 years and 38 missions, the shuttle discovery is on the launch pad for the last time ever. nasa moved discovery out of its hangar last night and onto the launch pad at the kennedy space center in florida this morning. the discovery will go to the international space station on november 1. then in february, the space shuttle endeavour lifts off wrapping up 30 years of shuttle flights. >>> infestations are exploding all over the country. now the first ever bedbug summit is under way >>> so popular it sold out. >> the calendar may say we are moving into fall but it won't feel like it. you know what? summer never felt like summer ei
CBS
Sep 25, 2010 6:00pm PDT
european countries are taking away the welcome mat. >> glor: nato says three coalition soldiers were killed today in afghanistan in two separate bombings in the east and south. their nationalities were not released. nato reports more than 30 insurgents were killed during operations in eastern afghanistan. germany's chancellor fired the latest warning today as european leaders seem to grow more weary of immigrant both from inside europe and outside. mark phillips has more. >> reporter: it's a political ad in this month's election in sweden. you don't have to speak the language to understand the message. an elderly white swedish woman is being threatened by burka-clad muslim women. the ad of considered so offensive it was banned. but the right-wing swedish democratic party made such significant gains in the elections on an anti-immigration platform that others came out to protest. >> there are a lot of people here in sweden that does not agree with the things that has happened. >> reporter: a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment is sweeping across europe. the forced expulsion from france o
KOFY
Sep 21, 2010 11:30am PDT
of americans who were among those who died in today's helicoer crash in southern afghanistan. nato says nine international troops were killed. it happened where helicopters are often used to transrt troops in mountainnous areas. the taliban claimed to have shot down the helicopter but nato says there were no reports of hostile fire. it was the deadlit chopper cras for the coalition in four years. >> in just a few minutes the senate will hold a critical vote for the proposed don't ask don't tell policy. if gays in the military wasn't enough of the t topic, it ju got more complicated today. even lady gaga is chiming in. >> for 60 years the senate has passed a defense operation bill that passes millns in military spending. this year harry reid attached a measure to the bill which would appeal th don't ask don't tell policy. republicans are now threating to not only vote no on the bill but not even discuss the issue unles senator reid opens the debate to allow republican amendments. >> if harry reid says today, okay, whoever wants to offer an amendment will open up it. >> and proceed to the bill
PBS
Sep 1, 2010 6:30pm PDT
they originate. >> in 1999, germany's nato allies called for assistance during the kosovo war. for the first time in postwar history, german politicians sent the military into conflict as air force jets took part in a bombing mission. controversy has also surround the mission to afghanistan the defense minister at the me coined the phrase that has often been quoted since. >> the german army's arena of deployment as the whole world. >> afghanistan has been the biggest and most dangerous mission. germany's nato allies would like to see the country play an even bigger role. but under guttenberg's reforms, germany would have to limit the number of foreign deployments. >> we will ve to look very closely at what we need in the future and the flexibility needed for deployments and at the security situation of today and tomorrow. we have to under 52,000 soldiers, but the only deploy 7000 -- we have 252,000 soldiers, but can only deploys 7000. >> the u.s. army is entirely professional. by contrast, germany still has compulsory service. all physically fit young men may be called up to further the armed for
PBS
Sep 16, 2010 5:30pm PDT
. >> but the russians are already concerned that nato military forces could be sent to the arctic to protect western interests. >> we do not see, frankly speaking, any benefits that nato might bring to the arctic. the arctic countries have confirmed that all the problems that exist or might emerge in the area could be resolved through political means and international law. >> the question of whether the arctic will become an area of international cooperation or conflict will be discussed at a major conference in the russian capital next week. >> this is "bbc world news." headlines this hour -- pope benedict has called on britain to respect its christian roots on the first ever papal state visit to the country. the human cost of the u.s. financial downturn has poverty's levels rise to their highest levels in nearly 60 years -- as poverty levels rise to their highest levels in nearly 60 years. afghanistan striking a blow for women's rights with a record number of female candidates taking part in this saturday's parliamentary elections. more than 400 women serving for a least 64 of the seats reserved f
SFGTV2
Sep 23, 2010 6:00pm PDT
green. my name is nato green. president miguel: sorry. >> norah green is me in drag. i'm nato green with the california nurse's association and coalition for health planning. we believe that the draft environmental impact report is seriously deficient for deciding essentially on the first page not to look at healthcare because all of the arguments about why the plan should go one way or the other are healthcare arguments and this body unfortunately cannot kick that can down the road to somebody else and c.n.a. having looked at it, what we see is that the cpmc is asking for a lot of concessions from the city from a land use and city planning point of view to build a cathedral hill and the question is are the healthcare benefits so overwhelming and what is the evidence for that and we believe the evidence is that they're not. one of the key healthcare issues we wanted to raise is the issue of costs, which is completely out of it. i don't know if you saw the article in august 20 in "the chronicle" about sutter and monopoly pricing that this is a plan that will raise healthcare costs fo
WHUT
Sep 8, 2010 7:00am EDT
the white house, nato, european union and many others appears to have had little affect on plans by a pastor in florida to burn copies of the koran on anniversary of the september 11 attacks. terry jones's combination is just 50 but now the center of an international controversy. >> the dell world outreach center was an obscure half-and local church until pastor terry jones announced his plans -- dove world out rescinded. he plans to george copies of the koran. he says it is a message of defiance to radical islam but he is being universally criticized. >> i am heartened by the clear and unequivocal condemnation of this disrespectful, disgraceful act that has, from american religious leaders of all faiths, from evangelical christians to jewish rabbis as well as secular u.s. leaders and opinion makers. >> the plant event has already proved incendiary in afghanistan where protesters burned effigies of pastor jones and from where nato boss a commanding general has warned of retaliatory attacks on american troops. but with some 200 korans at the ready, the pastor insists his bonfire will go ahead
WHUT
Sep 30, 2010 7:00am EDT
the asian community. officials in the pakistan have stopped all nato supply trucks crossing into afghanistan. they said it was in response to a helicopter attack on the checkpoint close to the border, resulted in the death of three pakistani soldiers. we can go live to our correspondent in islamabad. this is a retaliation and just how angry the authorities are there? >> we have had angry statements from ministers as well who say that they will take it up with the american embassy. it surrounds an incident from the early hours this morning when a coalition helicopter came close to the in order. they were chasing insurgents. they said your choosing them on the afghan side of the border. that is not what the officials here said. they say that the missiles struck a border post and 3 pakistanis were killed. we have heard there is still activity around the border in the past hour, and still helicopter strikes happening. it has caused some tension in the relationship, this crucial relationship in this part of the world between pakistanis and coalition forces, resulting in a stopping of the crucial
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 4:00am EDT
that the house has adjourned before september 30th in an election year. >>> overseas now where nato says nine service members of the international fours in southern afghanistan were killed today when their helicopter crashed. it happened in the nation's volatile south. two other coalition troops, after afghan army solder and u.s. civilian were hurt and transported to a military medical center for treatment. the cause of the crash is undertion investigation. >> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. >>> in georgia, traffic came to a near stand still aft a small lane me an emerncy landing on an interstate during rush houthere. no one was hurt. the cause of the crash is not yet known. >>> a smokey fire under a bridge in new york left some commuters stranded for several hours. an electrical transformer reportedly blew out, sparking the blaze. service was eventually restore after firefighters extinguished the flames and officials inspected the bridge. >>> in texas, a first-time mom at the dallas zoo is said to be doing a great job taking care of her 2-month-old zebr
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